Date recorded: February 20 2019

Duration: 38 minutes 34 seconds

Discover how visible near-infrared (Vis-NIR) spectroscopy is used for remote sensing and ground truthing purposes to optimize grasslands in the end-to-end precision agriculture process. This webinar features Malvern Panalytical’s ASD FieldSpec® 4 Hi-Res spectroradiometer and guest speaker Dr. Pullanagari Reddy of Massey University of New Zealand – School of Agriculture and Environment.

 

Table of contents
1. Introduction
00:17
2. Dr. ReddySr. Research Officer, Massey Agritech Partnership Research Centre
01:14
3. About ASD
00:58
4. Untitled
00:44
5. Presentation outline
00:28
6. Precision Agriculture
01:22
7. Importance of New Zealand Agriculture
00:46
8. New Zealand grasslands
02:03
9. Untitled
00:44
10. Methods used to estimate the pasture quality
01:12
11. Untitled
00:46
12. New Zealand weather
00:46
13. ASD FieldSpec with artificial probe
02:01
14. Study area and sampling
00:57
15. Model development
01:28
16. Independent validation models
00:31
17. Pasture parameters
00:35
18. Point scale to spatial and commercial scale
01:06
19. Traditional soil sampling
01:37
20. Precision Soil sampling
00:47
21. Hyperspectral Imaging
00:41
22. Airborne hyperspectral system
00:37
23. Hyperspectral image processing
01:13
24. Vegetation classification
00:59
25. Spatial canopy nutrient maps
00:51
26. Spatial soil fertility maps
00:54
27. Summary
00:53
28. Questions?
11:15
29. Thank You!
00:49